Northeast's Brandon O'Malley made short work of visiting North County, throwing 50 pitches in a two-hit, five-inning shutout, as the No. 8 Eagles beat the Knights, 10-0, Friday in baseball.
Northeast improved to 1-1. O'Malley went 2-for-3 at the plate, and Matt Bougard had two hits and four RBIs for the Eagles.
No. 5 North Harford 8, Fallston 3: Kevin Mooney and Cody Brittain combined to throw a three-hitter, striking out nine for the host Hawks (2-0). North Harford scored eight runs in the second inning.
No. 11 Patterson Mill 11, North East 0: Winner Matt Golczewski worked five innings and struck out four as the visiting Huskies (2-0) shut out the Warriors. Golczewski had a no-hitter through four innings. Aaron Childs (2-for-3) had three doubles and an RBI for Patterson Mill.
Randallstown 10, Pikesville 1: Dyllon Sanchez pitched a complete game and had 17 strikeouts as the Rams defeated the visiting Panthers in Baltimore County league action.
Digital Harbor 11, No. 15 Dunbar 9: Tommy Fortman went six innings as the Rams (2-1) beat the Poets (2-1) in a Baltimore City League Division 1 game. In the bottom of the sixth inning, Mike Payne hit a home run to center field to put Digital Harbor ahead for good.
No. 2 archbishop Spalding 8, Century 5: Melanie Gunning had two doubles and pitcher Bailey Rouck went the distance as the host Cavaliers (2-1) beat the Knights.
No. 3 Glen Burnie 9, Meade 1: Jessica Robinson earned the win and also had a double and home run for the host Gophers (2-0). Glen Burnie scored five runs in the fourth inning and held the Mustangs (0-1) to one run in the sixth.
No. 6 Broadneck 21, Annapolis 1: Right-hander Danielle Cashen (1-0) worked six innings and struck out four to earn her first no-hitter of the season for the host Bruins (1-1). Gabrielle Henson went 3-for-3 to lead the Bruins' offense. Broadneck led 1-0 after the first inning and scored five runs in the second and nine in the third. The Panthers fell to 0-1.
No. 7 Severna Park 16, Southern 2: Winner Clare Hofstedt (2-0) gave up one run in the first inning, settled in and shut down the Bulldogs for the next three innings. The Falcons (2-0) scored 12 runs in the first inning.
Dulaney 4, No. 9 Lansdowne 3: The host Lions (1-0) led 4-0 after three innings and held off a late rally to upset the Vikings (0-1).
No. 10 Chesapeake-AA 12, Old Mill 3: Jackie Richards (4-for-4) had a triple, a home run and two RBIs to power the host Cougars (2-0). Olivia Ravadge hit a three-run homer in the first to start the scoring for Chesapeake. Chrystal White pitched four innings for the win.
No. 11 C. Milton Wright 12, Bel Air 1: The visiting Mustangs (2-0) outscored the Bobcats (0-1) 8-1 in the third inning.
No. 6 St. Paul's 8, No. 15 Fallston 7, OT: Carter Flaig had a hat trick and the host Crusaders (2-2) needed overtime to top the Cougars (0-1). St. Paul's led 4-2 at the break. Zach Wheeler scored three goals for Fallston.
No. 9 Severn 15, Friends 3: The host Admirals (4-1) shut out the Quakers in the first three quarters. Ryan Lamon and Hunter Gray each had five points on three goals and two assists for Severn.
Kenwood 14, Randallstown 6: Jordan Boller scored five goals and Nick Eliadis had four to power the visiting Bluebirds past the Rams.
No. 2 Bryn Mawr 9, No. 14 John Carroll 7: The visiting Mawrtians (1-0) trailed by one at the half before outscoring the Patriots (2-1) 6-3 in the second half. Kassandra Bowling had a game-high five goals for Bryn Mawr.
No. 4 Notre Dame Prep 15, No. 9 Roland Park 10: Hannah Jablonski, a junior who has committed to James Madison, scored a game-high five goals to power the visiting Blazers (1-0) past the Reds (0-1). Notre Dame Prep stretched its one-goal lead in the second half, outscoring Roland Park 8-4.
No. 7 Century 11, C. Milton Wright 8: Alice Mercer scored four goals and Angela Flister and Sky Hyatt each had three to power the host Knights (2-0) past the Mustangs (1-1). Century led 8-6 at the half.
Mount de Sales 14, St. Mary's 10: Amanda Ignacio scored five goals to power the host Sailors past the Saints.
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